Miniature artist keeps us spellbound in his world of illusion

If one person knows how to create illusion through mundane objects then it is the Japanese miniature artist, Tatsuya Tanaka and keeping his year-end tradition alive, Tanaka has yet again released some of his most favourite miniature photography that he clicked during the course of 2018. The eccentric artist makes potato chips look like a desert and can make spiral-bound notebook look like a swimming pool’s railings. The illusions seem so real that you would not be able to figure out its falseness and that is just the magic that Tanaka has mastered by making as many as 2,500 dioramas in the past 7 years. Check out these photographs right here!

All Images: © Tatsuya Tanaka

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